St. Elizabeth & Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Churches
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The Catholic Community is very committed to Crawford County.  We
have two parishes, both served by Fr. Flach.  Both parishes are
administered at the Parish Center adjacent to St. Elizabeth's Church.

Catholic Parish Center:
207 E. Walnut, Robinson, IL  62454
Phone # (618)544-7526   
Fax # (618)544-9327

Parish Staff:  
Reverend Father Flach,

Halena Estep, Office Manager
Courtney Ferris, Director of Religious Education & Youth Ministry
Eileen Hartrich Cooper, Parish Outreach
Chris Jensen, Music Director
Lori Davis, Custodial Care for Our Lady of Lourdes
Adam Davis, Landscape Care for Our Lady of Lourdes

Parish Registration:
New parishioners are always welcome!  You may register in person or by
calling the Parish Center.

Sacrament of Penance:
Saturday's at 3:00 to 4:00PM at St. Elizabeth's or by appointment.

Please contact the Parish Center for an appointment.  Parents must attend
before their child can be baptized.  Please call the parish Center to register.

Sacrament of Marriage:
If you are considering marriage, please contact Father Flach no later than six
months prior to the proposed wedding date and the diocesan and parish
guidelines will be explained.

Anointing of the Sick:
Parishioners who are seriously or critically ill, or having surgery, please
contact Father Flach.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is an ongoing formation process for
adults and older children who are interested in becoming Catholic and would
like to receive the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and/or First
Communion.  Call the Parish Center for additional information
Our Lady of Lourdes in Oblong
Mass Schedule:
Sunday:  9:00 A.M.
St. Elizabeth's in Robinson
Mass Schedule:
Mon./Wed./Thurs./Fri.: 7:30A.M.
Tuesday: 12:05 P.M.
Saturday Vigil:  4:30 P.M.
Sunday:  7:30 A.M & 10:30A.M.

Please join us for the Rosary 30 minutes
before every Mass.
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Per Bishop Paprocki, public Masses will be held starting Saturday, June 6th.

If you are on the Ministry schedule and you do not wish to attend Mass please
contact Father Flach.

Mass attendance will still be optional and not Obligatory: While the community
health concern has ebbed, the Coronavirus continues to be a serious health matter,
especially for the elderly, those with underlying health conditions, and those with
compromised immune systems. Therefore, as we begin this journey back to the proper
life of the Church in our diocese, the dispensation from the obligation to attend Holy
Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation remains in effect until further notice.
Those who are not well must remain at home and those who believe they are at risk of
infection should exercise prudence.

Safe-Distancing, Attendance Limits, and Other Precautions: Consistent with
government guidelines, the diocese is setting a 25% maximum occupancy for worship
spaces in public liturgies.

More details from our Bishop can be found here: